Nigeria fails to make list of top English-speaking countries in Africa

Nigeria fails to make list of top English-speaking countries in Africa

Which country speaks the best English in Africa? And does it matter in any case?

The The New Vision newspaper says that Uganda has come top of a list of the African countries where people speak the best English (according to research which we have not been able to verify). We’ve put the full list below:
1. Uganda
2. Zambia
3. South Africa
4. Kenya
5. Zimbabwe
6. Malawi
7. Ghana
8. Botswana
9. Sudan

We should also mention that we haven’t been able to verify the research in question, or even find an official website for the people behind the World Linguistic Society…

Still, it’s a fun discussion so we’re throwing it out there!

Which country do you think speaks the best English in Africa? And does it matter in any case?

Let us know your thoughts on the Nigerians in South Africa Facebook page or email [email protected]

 

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